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Part Number: AP4439459
MFG Part Number: 6750C-0005P
Made by: LG
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Part Number 6750C-0005P (AP4439459) replaces 1357963, AH3529540, EA3529540, PS3529540.

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Ok she kicks on external overload, draws 11.4 a on initial start up, Cap reads 12.3 uf on a 12 good. I stick a super boost on it and she runs like a purring kitten, 1.7 a w /evap moter inc(on amp reading). Cleaned condenser coil and fan, dropped to a exiting temp of 46 degrees in 8 to 10 mins. 2 questions where is the relay and what is the thing connected to the common on the compresser. please give me yalls part # also.

Dave for Model Number lbc22518st


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Where Is the overload protector located on this refrigerator?

James B. for Model Number lfc22740sw


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This is a small Haier refrigerator, with no freezer unit. The compressor assembly has LG written on it, and it is clear that that all of the major working parts are LG. The refrigerator has worked well for 8 years. Then suddenly it started to fail. The failure takes the form of clicking on, then the compressor runs for just a few seconds and turns off. What turns it off is the O.L.P., which gets very hot in that few seconds. After perhaps a minute or so, the O.L.P. cools down and clicks on again. At that point the compressor tries to start again and the cycle repeats. It does not work long enough to actually cool anything. I can order a replacement O.L.P. from AppliancePartsPros for $9.98. My question is, if I buy an O.L.P. to replace the old one, will this solve the problem? Or, is the current O.L.P. actually doing its job properly by shutting off the compressor because of an overload, so that a new one will do the same? To summarize, is the compressor or some other major part shot so that I need to buy another refrigerator? Or is the O.L.P. shot so that all I have to do is replace it? Thanks, in advance for your answer.

Ron S for Model Number Haier Refrigerator Model# HRQ04WNA


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Corkey for Model Number LRFD25850ST


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